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and thea is said to be one of teachers there. incident has officials around the world boosting security at sports events and other large public gatherings including the more than 30 mullah bonds -- marathon is being held this weekend alone. training and the behavior pattern recognition could be helpful. -- theit will not be probability of stopping a terrorist using all those means a mentioned, the training, the surveillance and so on is under 50%. maybe it is now well under. t gives us the chance. >> police were focused on two incidents. quex covering the vice- president's appearance and i pray we will begin with the orioles game at camden yards. notice some things have changed. stadium workers removed as trash bags today. party -- among the fans for /t ht, . forelcome sight travelers. with for more questions than answers about the bombing, who was responsible, what was the motive, edginess rules. in carroll county courthouse complex was evacuated and cordoned off after an anonymous caller reported a bomb -- a bomb threat. there were clear the call was declared hopea hoax. train travele
out. thea shelby who has been working really hard, one of the founders of the lower haight merchant and neighborhood associations. she has been a tireless advocate in this area for public safety. i'm so happy to see you here. devon, the new president and thea has served as the president for the past two years, and devon is now taking over as the new president. and wing-wings, wing-wings, one of my favorite places. lisa is here from wing-wings, and dick, one of my favorite people from the lower haight, i am so happy to see you all here. i wanted to just come and congratulate. is there someone else here? oh, robert, hi, sweety. he's always there for you. he's amazing guy. and thank you all so much for being here. i'm just here as the supervisor, my first event to honor you, to support you, to thank you for not just being in the neighborhood, but really opening up your doors and caring about the neighborhood. caring about what happens to the people there, caring about what happens to the businesses, not just your own business, but all the businesses. i love the lower haight because it'
of the intelligence about the suspects >> more should have been done be with the investigation when thea name was given totion us bit russians. there should have consulted thee boston police more.olic >> reporter: south carolina senator lindsey graham says they bombins g and attack in again benghazi libya shows that thes t u.s. is going back on the spell yens. generals. spell generalintelligence and they bon earlier inquiry to the tsarneav brothers. >> the older suspect was vefgd. theinvestigated the older broth. they interviewed the older brother and concluded that there were no signs that he was engagin in extremist activities roshz >> reporter: there will be anln internal review, and it's 's standard procedure to find out what the intel community knew and when.wh >> we want to go back and review every step that was taken. take. we want to leave no stoneston unturned. we want to see, is there in fact, additional protocols andod procedures that could be put in place that would further improe and enhance our ability to to detect a potential attack. >> reporter: meanwhile the fpi says it h
tensions. john kerry said the united states with only talked with thea if north korean -- united states would only talk with north korea. he was asked directly if he would support bilateral talks between south korea and north korea without such a precondition. he says south korea had been right. he said both sides have agreed that they would engage with each other before they took in the steps with north korea. -- in qualified support the to a bit of daylight between washington and seoul on this issue. intelligence reports says the korea potentially does have a nuclear capable missile. how does that change the conversation? conversation that the foreign minister and the secretary of state had with reporters. they were asked specifically about the issue. the report suggested that there was a miniaturized device capable of being delivered by missile in being the korean peninsula. they say they were moderately confident about that. it was a classified report that was declassified and read at a congressional hearing. thatentagon response was the u.s. understood that there was no fully devel
from? thea system here that's on the north of us, it is eventually dropping down to the east of us and it is going to bring us the wind. we have a pressure over the pacific and we are going to be caught right between. it is something that we have seen weeks after weeks and that has triggered a red flag warning. it starts tomorrow afternoon and will last till wednesday 6:00. for tomorrow i think in the afternoon especially if you drive i-80, you can have issues so you will be holding tight to the wheels. that's what we have for tomorrow in addition nor temperatures rebounding. may not be as warm, i do expect to be a few degrees cooler as we did today. the winds will be light and 54 degrees in oakland and 51 in san francisco. mid 50s in san jose. the winds will begin to kick in as we move into the afternoon. you should feel the wind begin to turn. the winds are going to dry us more and again heighten fire is our concerns tomorrow. 85 for fremont and upper 80s and upper 80s for morgan hill. gilroy where we have mid to upper 80s tomorrow. today we reach to 90 degrees and low 90s. tomor
blocked. light volume. pennsylvania avenue, woodyard road, overnight construction. nih, on thea near southbound side, one lane getting by. in light volume. road eachcanal direction between arizona and the chain bridge. that should be done by 5:00. we are good on va 95 up to the beltway. back to you. >> thank you. inwant to get to new details monday's deadly bombing at the boston marathon. police are searching an apartment in a boston suburb. >> massachusetts state police will only tell us that a search warrant related to the investigation has been served. tahman bradley has a latest. >> this morning the city of boston is on heightened alert to 1124 hours after terror erupted. thousands were celebrating patriots' day and running the boston marathon when a few yards from the finish line at 2: 50 p.m. the first bomb exploded. >> multiple people down here. stand by. the whitensued among smoke. then another explosion seconds later. three people killed including an eight-year-old boy. more than 140 injured. it's i saw the smoke and then everybody running everywhere. >> i saw quite a few ca
. aljazeera. near theas opened mines around the city. their international sanctions over nuclear enrichment programs, they rejected a call from the permanent council members to stop the nuclear work. the son-in-law of osama bin laden has appeared before a court in new york. he pleaded not guilty last month on charges that he conspired to bill -- to kill americans. concerne has voiced that the start of the trial could be manipulated by budget cuts. barack obama was speaking at a rally in connecticut a few kilometers from a school where a gunman killed 20 children in december. republicans were balking -- blocking proposals to ban certain types of weapons. >> why would you not want to make it easier for law enforcement to do their job? why would you not want to make it harder for a dangerous person to get their hands on a gun? what is more important to you? grade theen or an a gun lobby? >> and merit -- that america's longest-running insurgency, cuba was close to a deal with the armed forces of colombia. five decades of conflict have left tens of thousands of people dead. is normal the colombi
security area between the b-c concourses, and the waterway that links thea-b concourses to the c concourse, which will be renovated in the coming months. >> passengers we spoke with seem to like the new digs. i was able to use the image from i iphone as my boarding pass. it was good. >> the lines were not that long. there was an easy flow going through. >> others appreciated the future options that will be available to passengers now that they will have three different concourses to choose from. >> anything you can do to cut down time and make it more efficient for the consumer is better. >> while american and spirit airlines will continue to operate out of concourse c, as the expansion will allow southwest to take over the mor majority of the gates just in time for the busy season. officials tell us the next phase of construction will be completed in the summer and the whole project will be completed by late fall. --and use seminar is helping a new seminar is helping parents get on the same page as their children when it comes to social media. >> in education alert, the county is sending
there electric the doj, plus the federal magistrate and they big footed him. that's thea problem. and they didn't need to do that. why wouldn't yout still get information when we knew -- instead ofo asking relevant l questions and asking where dide you get the money -- >> go back in and question him. i would assume that prosecutorse intel. that can't be used in court. the prosecutor wants to put the guy away. the kid was admitting all this stuff, but theyi couldn't use it int court. they're probably thinking,e mirandized the guy. >> he's going away forever or death. it doesn't matter. we had the opportunity to get more information. >> the intelligence isun what matters. >> there is no way he was going to walk. he was goingmo to -- he was gon. he's gone anyway. so they might as well waited. they didn't need the extra information. they need thea intel. who else wasra involved? >> there is a time limit on that. >> follow the money. who financedt this? >> there is a time limit on how long you can question them. >> i don't agree with it.ys >> they should say judge, we're under our rights here. >> l
, everyone, welcome to the show, i'm thea andrews and my co-host is joining me today from new york city. hi, kev. >> hey, thea. lots of star headlines to get to. but let's start tonight with the michael jackson wrongful death suit. the trial is now under way and our christina mclarty is at the center of the chaos at the courthouse, it's trending now. >> the michael jackson saga continues this morning in a los angeles courtroom. >> today hoping statements. >> i'm christina mclarty outside the courthouse in downtown l.a. media trucks are lined up to cover this case court started at 10:00 amount. katherine jackson avoided the cameras being escorted under ground. katherine jackson and her lawyers are claiming the concert promoter aeg hired and controlled dr. conrad murray and put the desire for
haight or haighter's nation and you can get in touch with either thea, dick, myself, or devon, joe, lisa, any one of us. so, please feel free to contact us. we'll be more than happy to help you, okay. >> thank you. (applause) >> thank you. ♪ >> and next i'd like to introduce a gentleman who needs no introduction here, especially in this room, but the director for the department of public works for the city and county of san francisco, mr. clean man, robin nu for our next award. (applause) >> how is everyone doing? >>> good. >> are we excited? >>> yeah. >> all right, thank you. first of all, congratulations to all the awardees and to nen for doing such a great job. it is very, very important to honor all the people who are working hard to make our city be the beautiful and greener city it can be. big hand to all of you. (applause) >> all right. so, i'm up here to present the graffiti-watch volunteer award and the graffiti watch program is a program that started about four years ago. over 300 people enrolled in the program, and about 180 of very, very active people,. very, very active me
and those who work at the site promptly after performed beautifully and theas well as area hospitals. it is our hope that tomorrow we will organize a face service to help the community hill. we have no information on the but we will give you that once we have it. >> there is a support center that was opened yesterday at and it is called the castle opposite of the plaza on arlington and store street. the mayor, has provided staff to help people cope with their loss. it will be open from 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or beyond this evening. finally, everyone should expect to continue to tighten security and everyone should continue personally to be vigilant. the investigation is continuing and until it's done all of those in law enforcement and represented by the leaders will be present in force. that will be or around the glass and drop the city. >> yester day this terror brought tragedy to boston. this is a close-knit place and we know our neighbors and we grieve for them. we grieve for the little boy who of losses live forever the other men and women who wear helmets and badges, the waters wh
, but -- that's why we look at the pedestrian only involved collisions as well. and these are collisions. thea aren't injuries. >> this is really striking. ~ some of the numbers are super high. >> um-hm. >> and are in areas or with schools where clearly the proportion of students that walk to school are also -- >> [speaker not understood], this is actually two years old now. we would actually like to refresh this in a year or so to see if the patterns have changed. may not have, but we would like to take a look. >> and you had mentioned yesterday that jean parker had gotten some funding for pedestrian safety improvements. would you talk about what they were and what maybe some of the outcomes [speaker not understood]? >> i cannot, but i'm going to ask rita reynolds from mta. i believe it's part of the streetscape project as well. >> yes, good morning, rita reynold from the sfmta. so, jean parker, the the planning department had a broadway streetscape project that they worked with the community to come up with several improvements. most of the capital improvements were curb extensions and some
capability that would allow them to operate in the new system. mention thea, you financial services industry shares a lot of information. you also discussed some barriers. are any of the barriers preventative to effective threat deterrence? is there anything that could be addressed by legislation or administrative action? >> the banking sector generally supported the legislation, the cyber information sharing protection act. -- enablesed companies to share more information with the government protected from freedom of information act requests or other public disclosure. that may be the most inhibiting deterrent to information sharing, the prospect that through -- information can be leaked to the general public and in effect putting the target on your four head for the adversaries who now are better informed about your vulnerabilities to attacks. where we are trying to push, in addition to information sharing human to human, the financial services sector coordinating council, sort of the umbrella organization they are a member of, we have to be a r&d committee where we specify 10 major areas
and nonprofit groups in new york. but the disaster has cost more than money. damon and thea are juniors at east rockaway high school. they were both forced out of their homes returning to their school is a milestone. >> it's like the first sense of going back to being normal again. being able to come to the school where i've been growing up playing sports for since i got here in seventh grade. >> reporter: does it mean a lot to have your school back? >> it does. it's a place of learning and trying to grow here. >> reporter: as the recovery here in east rockaway slowly moves forward, new jersey's governor said 39,000 families are still displaced in his state. elaine quijano, cbs news, east rockaway, new york. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on jason collins' announcement that he is gay. we'll hear from james brown of cbs sports and mark cuban joins us in the studio. and some recently discovered footage from an unfinished documentary featuring the slain boston bombing suspect. that is the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. i'm vinita nair. thanks for watching. ha
to the "chronicle," nearly 15,000 people showed up for this weekend's 420 party. and they left behind a ton of trash.thea up tab for the city, $10,000. >>> a dangerous stunt that starts with a spoonful of cinnamon. the health risks connected to this viral challenge. >> also, instant access to free movies thanks to a password shared between friends. why some companies are letting this sneaky practice slide. but ws >>> as we mentioned, the bay area's sixth grader wounded in the attacks is still in a boston hospital. but kpix 5's john ramos shows us aaron hern's friends back home in martinez are making sure he knows they're right there with him. >>> reporter: many of the kids at martinez junior high school hadn't yet been born when the last terror attack happened in this country. so when one of their classmates was injured in the boston bombings, it was a shock. >> that is terrible. the worst thing ever. >> i was scared. i was like i really hoped this didn't happen near us. >> reporter: but rather than give in to fear, the students decided to send 11-year-old aaron hern a message. >> you have a friend in me
to make sure golden state warriors plan waterfront the.a is going t >> american airlines still facing major delay tonight after grounding all of its flights earlier today for several hours. american airlines counter san francisco international airport crowdd with passengers trying to change their flights. airline says computer problem crashed its reservation system. american uses the system to track passengers and update gate assignment. more than 1400 flights were cancelled or delayed. causing ripple effect everywhere. american airlines says passengers will be allowed to rebook the flights without fees. >> well some business news tonight. signs of progress at yahoo. company first quarter earnings report shows profits are up. by 36 percent over last year. but revenue however are down. yahoo continues to struggle at selling ads even though internet advertising has reached record levels gemly. intel sticking to its guns despite drastic slow down and computer sales. company insisted today it can reach its forecast for the year. intel reports earnings of 2 billion dollars whic
on thea resultt just that five or six minutes that if they had to call so many people would have probably meant the difference between life and death for a lot of people. do you agree with me? >> yes, i do. you know, as unfortunate as a tragedy this has all been, the fortunate thing is we had a very large contingent standing by because the boston marathon is such a large race that every year we do encounter hundreds of runners that require some sort of medical attention. so as a consequence we had an additional 90 personnel staffed all down around the race route on various cars, bicycles, extra ambulances and plenty of means to extricate people off the course. >> people would have bled to the death in the time waiting under ordinary circumstances because the injuries were so horrific. it's astounding, i hate to use the word lucky, but how fortunate you were that they were there. i'm curious, though, with all the places you could send people to hospitals, how did you decide which hospital to send anybody to? >> well, we do have a system for distributing patients around the city. we are for
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. be very difficult shoes to fill but i hope they try. michael moore, thea flaum, thank you very much indeed. great tributes to roger ebert. >>> when we come back, a debate you never expected. penn gillette versus billy baldwin. the first and memorable quote from roger ebert who was as passionate about life as he was about the movies. email marketing from constant contact reaches people in a place they're checking every day -- their inbox. and it gives you the tools to create custom emails that drive business. it's just one of the ways constant contact can help you grow your small business. sign up for your free trial today at constantcontact.com/try. jamie mcmurray: a boy born in joplin, missouri, was fascinated by anything with wheels and a motor. the odds of him winning both the daytona 500 and the brickyard 400 in the same year? 1 in 195 million. the odds of a child being diagnosed with autism? 1 in 88. i'm jamie mcmurray, and my niece has autism. learn more at autismspeaks.org/signs. >>> here to talk about all the big stories of the day, magic man penn gillette, and the talkative half o
that just decided them didn't need that extra weight as they got outf there. so the'a t of luggage and articles that had been left around and the police are treating all of them as suspicious devices until proven otherwise. >> ifill: have the police said anything about how they're gathering information, videotape, any eyewitness that may have seen someone planting any of these devices? >> they haven't offered a lot on that. i mean, this is a public place. there were tens of thousands of people probably, you know, passing through the area through the course of the day. so it's just a tremendous number of people who, you know, could have had the opportunity to see something. >> ifi: in the immediate after ath of texplosio, did people just... did people understand what was happening? did they scatter? was it chaotic or people just calmly file away? you're talking about tens of thousands of people. >> they got out of there, you know, fairly, fairly quickly. i think, you know, when you have the first blast, it's a little bit, you know, people don't necessarily know what had happened but
all thea on the hill. thank you so much for joining us. >> great to be here. >> so, manu, we're looking at immigration. the gang of eight came out today. obviously we have some bipartisan support. but then again we had some bipartisan support behind guns too. what is the conservative response been thus far to the immigration deal that we've seen now? >> it's been sort of mixed. i mean unlike six years ago the last time they did immigration reform, it died under a lot of opposition from the right and some from the left, too, from labor unions. they didn't like the guest worker program in that by but particularly among folks who believe it was given amnesty, providing a path way citizenship for those folks. this time around there's more division within the republican base. there's folks who believe they handled the issue wrong the last time around, they saw the elections. they realized they needed to do something differently. they seen the opposition divided on this. remember, i should caution this bill just came out at 2:00 a.m. the other day. this is going to be a very long a
. >> a nondiscriminatory treaty-- . >> rose: so thea of having a nonprolife a.ea i >> of course. >> rose: but you know why people think you don't sign it is because are you building nuclear weapons and that is what you did in the first place. >> but we have. that's not a secret. we have built a nuclear weapon. but we have also said we will never use it. we will never no first use a nuclear weapon. and we would work with all the countries of the world towards nuclear disarmament. in fact t is india which proposed the most comprehensive nuclear disarmament plan to the united nations. >> rose: finally this. why is it that romantics like me find something, i didn't know whether it's the mystical, mist civil or whatever it is that makes india so compelling? >> i wish there were more romantics, mr. rose. india is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. and through these five, 6,000 years it has seen many crises it has survived many trials and triblations. yet it is still a young, vital, energetic country. it also happens to have a very large number of poor people. >> rose: yes. >> and i think there's noth
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the most connected show on television. i'm thea andrews. >> and i'm christina mclarty. where in the world is kevin fradser? well, he's right behind us joining us from new york city. hey, kevin, as "the post" is slamming gwyneth. the "the new york post" asking today is this pompous film star really the world's most beautiful woman? they say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. a lot of people not seeing eye to eye with "people" magazine's cover choice. we were with her last night, and it's trending now. >> world's most beautiful woman, how does that feel? >> it feels surreal. it's really weird, and, i mean, it's very flattering.
planet in the galaxies. you can compare that to an ant on the patio in the backyard. thea ant doesn't know there's more than the patio here. he just keeps walking. he doesn't know there's -- he's just part of lots of worlds. and the human race is sort of like that. >> and finally, a big reveal. our new hash tag. on the weekend, it was uppers. now that we're on primetime and you have been awake and functioning, that no longer works. a friend of mine joked to me, we would be like the utah jazz of cable news. the jazz franchise began in the city of new orleans where their name was fitting before moving to the land of the great salt lake where it's chairably less fitting. we asked for your votes and the winners were inners. and my personal favorite was illinskys, so inners are the new uppers, and submit your click3 nominees to the hash ta tag #click3. and our facebook page, facebook.com/allin. we'll be right back. this day calls you. to fight chronic osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for you
they provided. is apple's ability to actually change markets gone for good? >> well, i think they have got thea thth will at this partr point. they're chasing samsung and i think it is always a mistake to chase another competitor particularly one that's in a different segment of the market. this would be like bentley chasing chevrolet. david: they were also chasing amazon with the mini ipad. that is what the mini ipad was all about, chasing kindle, right? >> to a certain extent another very low margin company operating under a very different model. jobs did not want that product to come out for a very good reason, it already had been commoditized. they're not leading. they're trying to be a fast follower. often a company like apple just can't execute as a fast follower. they aren't structured to be that kind of a company. samsung is far better doing that kind of a game. liz: john, the fact is here, hard to pick out a headline, there is dividend, massive stock buyback but apple reported its first decline in year-over-year profits in a decade okay? you've got the chief financial officer coming ou
. what are your thoughts? speak to theted to common core thing. of thea s a teacher one big differences between the common core and state standards is the breadth and depth of the curriculum. standards course it focus on a lot of critical thinking. a lot of states are getting cold feet. i think a lot of that comes from the difficulties and level of record that is required from the common core service. they are commonly difficult. they are really difficult to test. -- fromtand, from a pre a teacher's perspective, being wary of changing the curriculum and look at a move that would be. host: what grade do you teach? are you teaching the common core system? seventh, teach sixth, and eighth grade. we are currently teaching the, of course to extend it but we are tested on the maryland stand it. marylandn the standards. the common core state standards are more rigorous. a student would be able to write a ratio to express a situation in math, whereas a common core state standard would go into more depth and add several layers to that element. impactave you felt any sequestration on education? s
looked was important looked wasow sarah important to her and how she was perceived by the public. theas also a reflection on presidency itself. she was known for having beautiful dresses and looking incredible in a white house that was equally beautiful. the blue dress was purchased in and worn by her late in the administration. it is basically a robe. undressed dress costume of a first lady if she was taking visitors before she was properly dressed. the white dress is a ballgown, also made in paris, france. 1840's. fashion for the the cat in the center. a stylesheet used again and again. we get the indication she found a style she liked and kept with it. it is a beautiful gown in silk and satin. a great deal of lace attached, as well. always the frugal woman that she was, she often purchased dresses and would buy a great deal of material to go along with them so she could enhance them and change the way they look. instead of having to buy five or six gallons, she would buy a and change -- gown, them. she had a wonderful collection .f handbags and purses her jewelry was of the american
these past days since the boston terror attack. there is a lot of evidence to process at thea former fbi agent tells kron 4 exactly what evidence is being collected. terisa estacio has the details. >> reporter: boston's swat team received to >> i think that there was information that was not released. with perhaps text messaging were further identifying them. perhaps it detonated two bombs those all came together. we are trying to find out if there is any connection between this. >> he now runs a private security firm that is also in the international aspect. >> we want to use our of overseas resources. to identify and if see how proactive they worse. fifth we have a lot of work to do. >> terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> boston's swat team received emergency response training right here in the bay area. under the alameda county sheriff's office - urban shield program. swat officers learn how to react occurs.such as the boston bombings. >> we have had scenarios just like this. were they have had treatment training and deployment. they have been armed and dangerous, and anybody deemed dange
, and the longer you do it, the more money thea make. people make less money and they want to get the new car. they are saying, this is a great way to be comfortable with a monthly payment because we can make them smaller for you and people are attracted to it -- >> jamie: but in the end, it costs you more because even if you are paying interest that's low, you are paying it for a long period of time and the balance of the loan goes down very slowly. you walk into the dealership, maybe even the salesperson makes a few buck fist they give you auloan -- who knows? what do you say? what do do you in how do you decide how much car you can afford in. >> well, it goes back to monthly payments. you have to have a good discussion with yourself before you go in and get enticed by the extras, because they're salespeople. the cars are very attractive. there are great cars out there. have an understanding of what you can afford before you walk in the door, don't deviate from that. let me tell you, there are great automobiles and we want the next best thing. at the same time, you want to be able to pay fo
for questions. [inaudible] i wanted to comment there is no imet [inaudible] theas limited through engagement. the second question, when we consider the imet program, the main thing is to allow rising degree t ype things. from your point of view, is and different?entia >> i am trying to get at that there are certain contexts. i do not think this is the norm a certain context were you cannot find people where that type of training would benefit. you have militaries that are so oliticized or corrupt, so involved in criminal activity that no matter who you find is going to have an overlord q is more important to them and their u.s.r than pleasing the are becoming a professional. it is not the norm. i do not want to stick it to cambodia. anin a case where you have unredeemable institution, what would your view be on making progress? do you just walk away from them? d. let it fester and get worse? what is the prescription? is thati would submit the focus, if there must be engagement with a country that .ad, solely on accountability a're going to help you create review board/military component of y
-11 and it's very well produced and it got all around the young people where in thea pentagon, they never found any of the engines from they plane. they never found any pieces of the plane. now, that's because itat disintegrated. and the whole inside of the pentagon was not blah, blah, blah. this thing went around and these kids -- my son to this day. he doesn't believe about the world trade center, but he thinks in washington that the pentagon was not hit. >> let me ask andrea about social media 'cause we talk a lot about the opportunities and challenges thatdi facebook, twitter, texting, and being able to sendtw videos around like th. do you think that social media helps fuel conspiracy theories or maybe you can squash them on-line? >> oh, i think it has made them so much worse. if i had a nickel for every time i used to get from a family member a forward that would say, pass this on, and it would be this alarmist forward. a couple of them i read and i thought, you can quickly find out if they're not real. then i would send them back and say, please don't send me this kind of thing. but
to be some things he does not know. theas able to defer to general dempsey. i am looking at him as a person. i today got a hand written note from him. where does he find time to do this? we all know that is a nice thing to do but i never write notes. >> what was it about? for ourally thanking me association and how i handled the hearing, how the hearing went. he said you run a tight ship. i will tell you. he does not need to do those kind of things but he does them. h. w. bush i heard would write thank you knows like that to people. i admire him for taking the time to do something like that. i am feeling pretty good. this is a guy that has been here and done it appeared he was a hero. he could have set out the war in germany. he asked to go to vietnam. he served there with his brother. be a fairlys to calm demeanor. he does not seem to get upset. i hope things continue. i felt real good about secretary panetta. i feel really good about secretary chuck hagel. >> thank you very much for your time. back with our reporters. what did you hear from the chairman about the threat there facing?- thr
is a director of the nyc branch institute for democracy and cooperation. theas a member of presidential council of the between 1993ration and 2003 among his many publications are the books "russia: chaos to order." here is the word with the russian medal of honor by presidential decree in 2009. we also have balked craig douglas with us. he's a professor of politics and political science at georgia .egions university he specializes in the study of ethnic group identity. his research is concentrated on the chechnya and and the curves. the reason things on paper -- things fall apart. binelly we have dr. sa freizer. she currently serves as the istanbul-based director of the european program. bosnia, serbia, and cyprus. before joining the crisis group, she served as political officer in the osce in rauscher by sean. -- in odder by john. -- in azerbaijani. she is a fulbright scholar. we welcome our witnesses today. we would ask if you could keep your testimony to 5 minutes and anything will be submitted for the record. we will come back and ask questions once there has been -- once everyone is testif
. and will not go into the details here. i do not think that is appropriate. good planningis a efforts. theas provided us opportunity to show the right .oordination is in place that we do this in a predictable way that allows us to manage as provocations with out unnecessary escalation that none of us want. i am supportive of the plan. i think it is a good one. >> are you satisfied that we would be ready? >> i am satisfied that we are ready today. >> can you give us the impact of sequestration on the pacific command? >> there is no doubt that sequestration is having an impact on operational readiness. by the nature that it is put in the budget, particularly this year, there are only so many places where we can pay that size of a bill. most of those are an operational accounts. i would say that for us to be able to deal with that is .rioritized our assets globally today i think we have managed that. for today.t what happens in the near in midterm. you are saying things like we are cancelling large scale exercises that we have done to ensure the future readiness of our course. to prioritize the
follow. we talk about there having been a recent u.s.-russia relations. in theas also a reset way the united states has been see this choice. now the bind is, what does one do when they say no to the kind of offer that has been made to them? it is not a problem with united states. it is their international obligations such as mbt. host: robert litwak is with the woodrow wilson center. he served in the clinton administration. he earned his doctorate from the london school of economics. robert is joining us from ridgewood, new jersey. caller: good morning. as far as india and their military capabilities, do they have any say in what is going on with north korea? -- with thesider americans consider forging some coalition like we did with the gulf war, a coalition against north korea? think the phrase is, coalition of the willing. guest: military options vis-À- vis north korea are terrible. north korea does have a small nuclear weapons arsenal. thatparated the plutonium was at its young site and has fabricated a small arsenal. some respects, there is no real good target that would be
of congress, the memoranda, the notes back i'mforth between justices, not a lawyer. at theas fascinated human side of it. in many cases, justices have reservations about capital punishment. >> martin clancy and tim o'brien on the capital punishment cases that have defined the supreme court. book tv onunday on c-span 2. >> senator rob portman ohio spoke about the upcoming release of president obama's 2014 budget and the possibility of the senate passing and immigration reform bill and his support of gay marriage. due to technical difficulties, this is a 30 minute portion of wednesday's program. >> when the president releases his budget tomorrow, is it important for him to say these entitlement cuts that are baked in there are there because they are the right thing to do. he's been saying so far, look at what i've done for republicans. does his party know this is the right thing to do? >> absolutely. he has the mega phone. individual members of congress have a role to play. i had a town hall meeting yesterday where i talked about this issue and talked about the realities of not dealing with it.
we get our financial house in order. drag on thea economy. host: the president introduced his budget yesterday. here he is at the white house. [video clip] i do not believe all these ideas are optimal, but i'm willing to except them as part of a compromise if they contain protections for the most vulnerable americans. go hand inms have to hand with reforming our tax code so the wealthiest individuals cannot keep taking advantage of deductions that most americans do not get. that is the bottom line. there is no excuse to keep these loopholes open. they do not grow our economy. they do not put people back to work. if anyone thinks i will finish the job of deficit reduction through spending cuts alone, they should think again. i have already met republicans more than halfway. i hope republicans will demonstrate the art as serious about the deficits adn debt as they claim to be. guest: i would love to see the president send over a tax reform proposal. the clock is ticking. we also believe we should close loopholes in the tax hold. we feel we should lower tax rates for everybody. that's p
mayor across the spanlight across thea fatal accident occurred this morning on mission boulevard but it is not having much of an impact from highway 238. >> double stories you're giving our eyes on, one man of arrested for is any poisonous letters to president obama. he will be charged with sending these rights and lease lende mil mentl problems. his wife says he is bipolar as probably not taking his madd's. he also sent one to roger wicker. >> we'll continue our live team coverage of the incidents unfold in massachusetts right now as the manhunt continues in boston. right now, walnut creek is looking good, we will be right back. at uatniversveity of phoenx we know the value of your education is where it can take you. [now arriving: city hospital] which is why we're proud to help connect our students with leading employers across the nation.. with leading employers across [next stop financial center] i loi ve these shoes. but buwhen they start hurting, i haveha to take them off. until tii found dr. scholl's for her. they sup sport and cushion my feet all day.y. this is ihappines
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